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Glenfarclas 25 Year Old

(70cl, 43%)

Glenfarclas 25 Year Old

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Glenfarclas 25 Year Old Bottling Note

Here we have an absolute classic Speysider from a long-time family-owned distillery. This 25 year old single malt from Glenfarclas spent its days in 100% Oloroso sherry casks. It’s complex and delicately sherried, a whisky that’s sure not to disappoint. It won gold at the 2019 International Spirits Challenge and makes a great after dinner treat. Awesome.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: A touch of menthol. Classic Sherry notes, less pronounced than the 15 year old perhaps, but the complexity is greater.

Palate: Incredibly clean central palate, but amazingly tangy. Really zingy top notes. Sherry and creamy barley, hints of gingerbread and nutty chocolate.

Finish: Very, very long and complex finish, oak-rich, hints of smoke, cocoa, buttery...

Overall: One of our all-time favourite Speyside malts.

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Glenfarclas 25 Year Old Reviews

The best 25 year old scotch I’ve tasted

…It’s also the only 25 year old scotch I’ve tasted, but I do love it, and think it’s worth the price on those rare occasions it’s in-stock at my local Total Wine store.

28th August 2022

Wow!!! Winter’s Coming On!

Lovely smooth/sweet taste with a great backbone. A great winter/cold weather drink.

25th June 2022

A nice dram but the 21 is better value

A nice dram but the 21 is better value . Although good , I was expecting more - the 21 was a big step up from the 15 but the 25 just seemed like it had taken a slightly different path and ended up somewhere similar , more expensive but not necessarily better

4th April 2022


I'm an islay peat freak.. but I loved this.. the last few drams were just beautiful..
Got mine for 125 three months ago so don't get the huge hike

Lovely whisky though..
Try the 15 or 105 for better value

10th March 2022

£215 !!!

lmao i bought a bottle of this for £99 last christmas. it's ok but not fantastic for a 25yo dram, in fact i was rather disappointed with it

9th February 2022


Like others here i was expecting to find a rich and special bottling but instead found i had spent over £100 for something a little on the thin side, just average, and no big improvement over one of the younger glenfarclas's. It's not bad, don't get me wrong, but the sherry bomb i hoped for isn't there, so sorry, my money is better spent elsewhere

7th February 2022

could be better

very disappointed,
lacks strength of smell,
the texture is very creamy and nice i liked it
the taste was very disappointing for a 25yo, tasted like a regular 10yo whisky

20th January 2022

Excellent scotch

I thoroughly enjoy the smoothness and flavour. It has a very distinct taste.

25th December 2021

Look elsewhere

I really don't understand what the fuss is about here? Thin and lacking any real depth or character.

23rd December 2021


Great Value for a classic sherry from one of the few family owned distilleries.

1st December 2021

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